After the end of the Kingdom of Judah was there any memory what happened to King David’s descendants?
Is there any family today which can trace its lineage to David – and whom the Messiah might descend from? There is no question that King David’s descendants are alive today.
Imagine how much simpler dating would be if everyone who entered a bar had to paste on a sticker that made it clear if they were looking for a hookup or. “I’ll send you an email,” says the guy in a button-down shirt. Janie, a college student looking for a sublet, sits against the glass window.
“Another thing I should say …” He pauses, takes a breath, then launches into a circuitous explanation: Though he works for the city, he’s also a musician, and will sometimes practice at home. It’s her first time attending a Speed Roommating event, and while she hasn’t had much luck, she’s a fan. Sometimes with texts, you can’t really judge someone’s character,” shesays.
The organizers, from Spare Room.com, have been hosting regular meetups in Manhattan, and this week they held their first Brooklynmixer.
The dates might be as short as a blistering Slayer tune, but sometimes that is enough, says the evening’s host.
“You see someone you find attractive in a Motörhead t-shirt and then you unzip your biker jacket to reveal your Black Sabbath t-shirt — and the next thing you know you’re at the free clinic together.
King David’s initial dynasty came to an end with the destruction of the First Temple and the Babylonian Exile.
In an earlier expulsion King Jehoiachin was exiled by Nebuchadnezzar, together with his family and several thousand of the Torah scholars and higher classes (II Kings -16). The final king of Judah, Jehoiachin’s uncle Zedekiah, was too exiled to Babylonia.